Arkansas Center for Earthquake Education and Technology Transfer

June 4, 1967 Earthquake
Southeast Arkansas

The U.S. Weather Bureau office in Memphis, Tennessee reported an earthquake on Sunday, June 4, 1967 at 11:15 a.m. CDT. The earthquake was felt in southeastern Arkansas in area from Eudora to Warren to Forrest City. In neighboring Mississippi, the earthquake was felt from Greenville to Memphis.

A search of the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research catalog for the central and eastern United States, 1627-1985, lists this earthquake as occuring about 20 miles northeast of Greenville, Mississippi at 33.550 degrees latitude and -90.840 degrees longitude at a depth of 6 kilometers and a magnitude of 4.3.

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